A memoir of growing up after WWII in a small farming community in Michigan. The author's father was a Danish immigrant arriving in the late 1920s. His mother's family has been in America since 1720. Theirs was a May-December romance and life on the dairy was always interesting as the Cold War deepened and the Sixties beckoned. Illustrated with over 80 archival photographs. A personal and sometimes amusing story.
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Seeing San Miguel Published June 17, 2010
Revenge of the Random Things Published September 03, 2009
The Restoration of the Ashmore-Jewell Barn at Luther College 1991-1993 Published August 01, 2009
And So It Goes... Published July 29, 2009